New York (FN), Sep. 24 – Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen said that the situation in Myanmar is complex with deep-rooted causes, speaking at the 77th Session of UNGA on Friday (Sep 23) in New York, the United States.

“Indeed, the situation in Myanmar is worrisome with its direct implications on the security and stability of the whole region; but we must recognize that the crisis is complex with deep-rooted causes,” the premier underlined.

Samdech continued, “As the ASEAN Chair, Cambodia is fully committed to helping Myanmar resolve the crisis and all our efforts are aimed at seeking for the cessation of violence, the delivery of humanitarian assistance to those in need, and the pursuit of building trust among all parties concerned to enable an inclusive political dialogue, as mandated by the ASEAN 5-Point Consensus.”

The five-point consensus include:

1. Immediate cessation of violence in Myanmar and all parties to exercise utmost restraint.

2. Constructive dialogue among all parties concerned shall commence to seek a peaceful solution in the interests of the people

3. The special envoy of ASEAN chair to facilitate mediation of the dialogue process, with the assistance of the ASEAN Secretary-General

4. ASEAN to provide humanitarian assistance through the AHA Centre

5. Special envoy and delegation to visit Myanmar to meet all parties concerned.